JWLand has lodged the planning permit for its recently acquired residential development site in Ivanhoe East.
The 1.52-hectare site, an amalgamation of 15 titles, was acquired in April 2017 and will ultimately house 118 medium density, low-rise residences in one of Victoria’s most tightly-held suburbs.
This entry into the Victorian market follows JWLand’s success delivering a number of premium, precinct-scale development projects in Canberra.
Head of Development for JWLand in Victoria, Anthony Cuzzupi, is confident that JWLand’s consultative approach to the design phase will set Ivanhoe East, and future Victorian projects, apart.
“Ivanhoe East represents our first foray into the Victorian market and we are wholly committed to delivering a quality development that integrates and uplifts existing neighbourhood characteristics,” Mr Cuzzupi said.
The architectural design process for Ivanhoe East began with a holistic investigation of neighbourhood and site influences, with emphasis placed on the sites’ interaction with nearby parkland and vegetation.
“In the early design phases of this project we undertook extensive community consultation to ensure our vision aligned with community expectations, enhancing liveability for existing and future residents.”
Award winning Design Studio, Architectus, and leading Landscape Design Studio, Aspect, have been appointed to the project to develop an integrated architectural and landscape design solution for the site.
The site is conveniently located approximately 9km north-east of Melbourne’s CBD with 107 apartments and 11 townhouses proposed. A number of the apartments will be situated overlooking Ivanhoe Park.
Construction is expected to begin in the second half of 2018 and marketing for the first stage release will commence early next year.
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